Adam came to Oregon to pursue his passion in prehospital medicine and wilderness by joining Mount Hood Meadows Professional Ski Patrol where he still currently works when he is not coordinating and teaching at the program. Prior to this, he worked with MESI ambulance in Missoula while getting two bachelors degrees. He has extensive experience as a lead instructor with the Wilderness Medicine Institute and has guided wilderness and service project trips all over the world as trip coordinator and medical person in charge (MPIC).
Adam has also volunteered with Medical Teams International on their Disaster Response Team in the Libyan conflict at a frontline hospital and has extensive medical experience in South America. He currently coordinates and teaches Paramedic Skills Lab, Trauma Emergencies, ACLS, PHTLS, Global Health for Paramedics, and Wilderness Medicine Certifications.